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will nvidia release a 3080 super/ti?

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hi yall I am new to this forum and I have a question, so I was looking online and the performance difference between the 2080 and the 2080 ti is right around a average of 15%, the performance between 3080 and 3090 is 10% so not a big difference. I am planning on buying a 3080 or 3080 super, should I wait for a announcement on the possibility of a 3080 super or know that nvidia wouldnt undercut its more than twice as expensive mega flagship by offering a upgraded version. thank you for your consideration

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I highly doubt it unless they do a 3080ti 20gb for 900 that matches the 3090 in performance 

 

Looking at hardware unboxed it’s only 8 percent faster so may as well buy a good 3080 and of it to death 

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At this point it's just speculation, only Jensen knows.

 

If they do release a 3080 ti, it will probably be next year I would guess because they need time to build up inventory for the chips. The 3090 is technically not the full GA102 die, so they could release a 3080ti with all of the cuda cores unlocked, and/or they could release a 12GB version of the 3090 and call it the 3080 ti.

 

Again though, just speculation as Nvidia are keeping their cards close to their chest, pun intended ;)


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yes, I saw somewhere some leaks of an RTX 3080 with 20Gb of vram, but do you really need 20GB of vram, you don't need that much for gaming, and if you really want to do 8k, the 3080, as strange as it seems is underpowered, hell, even the power demon that is the 3090 struggles to get a stable 30FPS


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